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It depends on specific device and its architecture.

Those that are built on top of Android, typically tend to get AOSP ports, e.g. Nook (here's Simple Touch instructions), or Kindles - the latter even has CyanogenMod ROM.

Sony PRST 1 was hacked to expose full underlying rooted Android but I'm not sure if AOSP based ROM is available for it - this might be it.

I'm not sure if there are any non-Android-based mainstream eInk readers - most of the ones I heard of (which is not a lot) seem to be Android under the covers and thus can be opened up (e.g. see Kobe Glo).

It depends on specific device and its architecture.

Those that are built on top of Android, typically tend to get AOSP ports, e.g. Nook, or Kindles - the latter even has CyanogenMod ROM.

Sony PRST 1 was hacked to expose full underlying rooted Android but I'm not sure if AOSP based ROM is available for it - this might be it.

I'm not sure if there are any non-Android-based mainstream eInk readers - most of the ones I heard of (which is not a lot) seem to be Android under the covers and thus can be opened up (e.g. see Kobe Glo).

It depends on specific device and its architecture.

Those that are built on top of Android, typically tend to get AOSP ports, e.g. Nook (here's Simple Touch instructions), or Kindles - the latter even has CyanogenMod ROM.

Sony PRST 1 was hacked to expose full underlying rooted Android but I'm not sure if AOSP based ROM is available for it - this might be it.

I'm not sure if there are any non-Android-based mainstream eInk readers - most of the ones I heard of (which is not a lot) seem to be Android under the covers and thus can be opened up (e.g. see Kobe Glo).

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It depends on specific device and its architecture.

Those that are built on top of Android, typically tend to get AOSP ports, e.g. Nook, or Kindles - the latter even has CyanogenMod ROM.

Sony PRST 1 was hacked to expose full underlying rooted Android but I'm not sure if AOSP based ROM is available for it - this might be it.

I'm not sure if there are any non-Android-based mainstream eInk readers - most of the ones I heard of (which is not a lot) seem to be Android under the covers and thus can be opened up (e.g. see Kobe Glo).

It depends on specific device and its architecture.

Those that are built on top of Android, typically tend to get AOSP ports, e.g. Nook, or Kindles - the latter even has CyanogenMod ROM.

Sony PRST 1 was hacked to expose full underlying rooted Android but I'm not sure if AOSP based ROM is available for it - this might be it.

It depends on specific device and its architecture.

Those that are built on top of Android, typically tend to get AOSP ports, e.g. Nook, or Kindles - the latter even has CyanogenMod ROM.

Sony PRST 1 was hacked to expose full underlying rooted Android but I'm not sure if AOSP based ROM is available for it - this might be it.

I'm not sure if there are any non-Android-based mainstream eInk readers - most of the ones I heard of (which is not a lot) seem to be Android under the covers and thus can be opened up (e.g. see Kobe Glo).

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It depends on specific device and its architecture.

Those that are built on top of Android, typically tend to get AOSP ports, e.g. Nook, or Kindles - the latter even has CyanogenMod ROM.

Sony PRST 1 was hacked to expose full underlying rooted Android but I'm not sure if AOSP based ROM is available for it - this might be it.